World’s Most Influential Female Creative Director

AdWomen and ihaveanidea are opening the new year by joining forces to showcase and celebrate women in the advertising industry, specifically female creative directors. To kick this initiative off,  we’ve selected a group of some of the greatest CDs around today under the name “World’s Most Influential Female Creative Directors“

Laura Jordan Bambach

As Executive Creative Director at LBi’s London mothership, Laura leads an exciting client base including Virgin Atlantic, M&S, BT, British Red Cross, Macmillan Cancer Support, Coca Cola, Capital One and the COI – and is especially happy when exploring the mash-up of technology, content and sociability.

Natalie Lam

Natalie lives in Shanghai, builds and runs the creative department of OgilvyOne for clients like adidas, Unilever, Johnnie Walker, Vans, Lee Jeans… in one of the most exciting and experimental markets of the world. She was also the youngest and first female regional creative director for OgilvyOne Asia.

Pepa Rojo

Rojo perfectly embodies the group’s multidisciplinary integration and philosophy. She has worked in both the online and offline sector: NCA, Ruiz Nicoli, Ad-hoc and Young and Rubicam.

Uschi Henkes

Uschi, Executive Creative Director, founding partner of Zapping M&C Saatchi, has a degree in Communication Design at Darmstadt.

Joyce King Thomas

Until recently, Joyce King Thomas was Chief Creative Officer at McCann Erickson New York and chaired the agency’s global creative council, working alongside talents like Prasoon Joshi of India, Milka Pogliani of Italy and Adriana Cury of Brazil.

Judy John

Three years into the business, in 1993, Judy John was ranked Canada’s ‘Top Copywriter’ in Strategy’s creative report card. Her personal work has won recognition at virtually every major international and national awards competition including two Cannes Gold Lions, a One Show Pencil and Communication Arts.